04-12-2007, 10:57 PM
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Re: ADOPT a player/MERIWEATHER
Originally Posted by Remix 6
If u insist but really hes a great all around player:
*Bulk .. he needs to get bigger, add size
* Strength .. goes with above..he needs to get a little stronger to take down NFL players who are faster and stronger than college players but just about every rookie could use some more strength
*Hes a very good tackler but sometimes hes a little reckless/goes for big shots when he should wrap up..he wraps up but needs to go for less big shots on bigger guys because in NFL it wont be as easy as he did it in college
i think all can be fixed easily. Bulk/Strength..he has room to add 10-15 pounds imo. Wrapping up more often is something a lot of college players have to do because they come from college where they are the big/strong guys but then they try to destroy a big guy like lets say Boldin, TO or a RB and it wont be succesful. On a college level he was fine with that but from personal stand point, he might need to
^also check that out.
they say he compares to Reed and i tend to agree. Not as athletic or big of a ballhawk as Reed(Reed is 1 of a kind) but he hits hard, comes up in run..makes plays..reads offenses well and is PREPARED
Thanks. And I'm not saying Meriweather is bad, I just don't know a lot about him, so I'm just trying to figure out who he is, the good and the bad.
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